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into the cup board and talk about canned food, you might have heard of the chemical bpa, you'll see it on water bottles and baby bottles, and that means it does not have the chemical in it, bpa, what you might not know, it's not only in plastic but also in the lining of most food cans so you'll see this shiny layer if you open up a food can and also in a lot of the thermal receipt paper that you get, the kind that prints without making any noise, that can get on your skin, bpa is an endocrine disrupting compound and we sometimes call it the poster child edc because there's over 200 studies linking bpa to different health effects and we know a lot more about how it works than we do about some of the other chemicals that we're exploring and policies are kind of moving forward more rapidly too so if we could knock down bpa, it would set a precedent for other laws and market based changes that could have a big domino effect on our exposures, especially to endocrine disrupting compounds, you go back to standard you may have used in college, i did when i didn't have any money was to soak the beans, i
. in 2007-2008, everyone started talking about bpa in plastics, by 2009, bpa-free plastics were everywhere, so can, not cancer is getting bpa out of food cans and they chased a huge success this year when campbell's soup said we're going to take the bpa out, we're waiting for a timeline from them and waiting for them to replace bpa with something safer, taking that first step was huge, even more significant perhaps is the campaign for safe cosmetics which has been around for about 10 years saying that -- getting johnson & jn -- johnson saying we're going to get carcinogens first out of our baby products across the whole world and that's really significant because they found formaldehyde in baby's johnson shampoo a few years ago, they tested it a few yearser later and found that johnson & johnson has taken it out of their products in china and other countries but not in the united states, well, if you can do it in one country, why can't you do it in all of them, doesn't everybody deserve safer baby shampoo no matter where they live? that put a lot of pressure on them because the consumers
. >> why -- when you were talking about the cans and the bpa exposures, why did you just address beans? i'm assuming you mean any food or liquid in all cans? >> yes, it's all of them and i didn't mean to just address beans, that's why the recommendation is frozen or fresh vegetables, for instance, frozen and fresh fruits, we did a bunch of product testing and looked at also past product testing to see where are the highest levels of bpa in canned foods and it looks like they end up the most in kind of very complex foods like soup or, you know, the pasta dishes that i grew up in that came out of cans, those kinds of things that are salty and maybe also acidic and maybe also really fatty seemed to like suck the stuff up, so the highest levels were in those followed by i believe vegetables, my memory's a little rusty, especially if you're trying to pour your whole meal out of a can, that may be especially problem mat -- problematic, getting your things out of the soy boxes, or, you know, making a whole bunch of soup out of some fresh ingredients, freezing it in little glass containers, it's
highest levels of bpa in canned foods and it looks like they end up the most in kind of very complex foods like soup or, you know, the pasta dishes that i grew up in that came out of cans, those kinds of things that are salty and maybe also acidic and maybe also really fatty seemed to like suck the stuff up, so the highest levels were in those followed by i believe vegetables, my memory's a little rusty, especially if you're trying to pour your whole meal out of a can, that may be especially problem mat -- problematic, getting your things out of the soy boxes, or, you know, making a whole bunch of soup out of some fresh ingredients, freezing it in little glass containers, it's almost as easy as pulling a can out of the cupboard, do a big batch and you're going to know exactly what's in it, what was organic and what wasn't and you know it's not going to have bpa, but you're right, it's all canned food. >> and then my second question, i just wanted to clarify something or bring it to your attention, a lot of us here today work for the administration in this building which is ac
leaked into the water, is it the bpa or other toxins? >> these are great questions and they're kind of the same answer in a way. heat and light can both make plastic break down, either alone or in connection, i lived for a long time in arizona that if you leave your water in the car, it's cooking and getting exposed to light, but either one of those can lead chemicals to leak into the plastic, with bpa, we know, for instance, that it's hundreds of times more is leaked in with high heat than with low heat, it's just the nature of plastics. but the chemicals in most food contacts like that and your water bottles are usually a number 1, the main chemical in most of those is usually relatively safe in the scheme of things, but then different companies will put different additives to give that plastic the property they want and so a study that came out in 2010 found that some of those additives can act like estrogen, so with the heat or with the uv light in particular, but even at room temperature, some of those additives that are estrogenic can get into the water and cause for instance
chemicals to leak into the plastic, with bpa, we know, for instance, that it's hundreds of times more is leaked in with high heat than with low heat, it's just the nature of plastics. but the chemicals in most food contacts like that and your water bottles are usually a number 1, the main chemical in most of those is usually relatively safe in the scheme of things, but then different companies will put different additives to give that plastic the property they want and so a study that came out in 2010 found that some of those additives can act like estrogen, so with the heat or with the uv light in particular, but even at room temperature, some of those additives that are estrogenic can get into the water and cause for instance cells that are sensitive to estrogen to grow more quickly which many breast cancers are, so limiting use like in your car, get some stainless steel or aluminum water bottles, fill those with the water and you can leaf -- leave those in the car, you can have three or four so they're go and grab ready, plastics in the refrigerator, it's a personal decision, but
. it's a kick-starter project to get this thing going. they say it's bpa-free plastic, not an actual animal horn from an elephant. a stainless steel rim. a laser edged logo. you can get this thing that hangs around your neck. >> thinking, i need to go to the bathroom. can't put it in a drink holder, cup holder. >> comes with the handy stand. >> tell me you don't want this, dude. >> i do want this. as a party now with this thing rocking -- >> it's just a cool thing. have you a party. check out these cool party cups i got, guys. this blows every other party cup out of the water. >> okay, everybody. it's friday buzzword time in our "right this minute" ipad 3 giveaway. >> you have to have the buzzword to enter and be 1 or older. >> remember, you enter on our facebook page. if you're entering with a mobile device or tab let, go to the first post on our facebook page and tap on the mobile link. >> here we go, beth. time to reveal the friday buzzword. friday's buzzword is blabber mouth. >> that's me. >> sorry. i thought you were saying you were a blabber mouth. >> that's me. >> she's doing
. unnatural things are bad. that's the fear of chemicals, the fear of bpa, the fear of chemistry, the fear of pesticides, fertilizers. unchecked science will destroy us. that's the fear of nuclear power. how can we let people build nuclear power plants? they're going to kill everybody. science is only relative anyway. there's always some other scientist who disagrees, and we just already talked about, progressives believe that science is on their side. so what are the results of these myths? well, protests and lots of protests. just to give you some idea of the topics that we cover in our book, the top left we have cdc stop lying, flu shots are toxic. i know ken might degree, they actually are toxic now, after his experience. [laughter] but, so we have a protester here saying that vaccines are toxic, and the centers for disease control -- the most respected organization in the world -- is lying to you about vaccines. on the right we have, upper right we have a big baby bottle, that's the bpa movement. don't give your babies milk from baby bottles because they'll all die from the plastic th
is lying to you about vaccines. on the right, upper right has a big baby bottle. that's the bpa movement. don't give your baby's milk for baby bottles because callbacks in the plastic baby bottles made from. and the bottom section what we wanted to put on the cover our boat. this is the anti-genetic modification book, demon corn because it's genetically modified to be toxin which kills insects, so they don't like that. we told our publisher this is the picture lot for a book and they said that's crazy, were not putting that on the cover. so there you go. that's the book cover wanted. also, basic scientific research has been opposed by members of the progressive left. the upper left corner, don't test on my friends are opposed to animal research. keep in mind this isn't just chimpanzee research, which we probably shouldn't be doing, our primate research, like gorillas. they are opposed to almost all animal research. no mice, no route, pretty much all of our medical research comes from mice and rats and smaller primates like monkeys and cats. in the upper right corner there's a sign of the
and their parents, because they do not have a union at the bpa. i want to make sure parents have the information they need to know if a school is succeeding or not, and i want them to have the choice of the school they believe is right for their child's future. when i was governor of my state, we took our schools to the top of the nation by working together. listening to the good buys from our teachers. people who dedicated their lives to listening to their kids and always putting the students first. and education first. i will do the same thing as president. the last few months of the campaign is gathering the strength of a movement, which is obvious by looking around this audience tonight. it is not just only the size of the crowds, the debt of the shared conviction. this makes me strive to be even more worthy of your support in campaign as i would govern and speak for the aspirations of all americans. i learned as governor of massachusetts that the best achievements are shared achievements. i learned respect and good will go a long way it usually returned in kind. that is how i will conduct m
'll be the voice of the children and their parents because they don't have a unit at the bpa. i want to make sure that parents have the information they need to know if the school is succeeding or not. and i want them to have the choice of the school they believe is right for their child's future. you know, when i was governor, we took our schools to the top of the nation. we did it by working together, republicans and democrats, listening to our best advice from our teachers, and people who dedicated their lives to teaching our kids to listening also to parents and always putting the students first and their education first. i'll do the same thing as president. now, these last few months of our campaign, well, this gathered a strength of a movement which is obvious by looking around this audience tonight. and it is not just -- it's not just or not only the size of the crowds, it's also the depth of our shared convention. it's made me strive to be even more worthy of your support and to campaign as i would govern -- and to speak to the aspirations of all americans. i learned in massachusetts that
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